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Handloading The .44-40 Win.

Introduced in the Model 1873, the .44 Winchester Central Fire, as it was originally called,...

SHOT Show 2018: Bond Arms .44 Mag. Double-Barrel Pistol

Last year, Bond Arms stretched the company's big-bore, stainless steel over/under pistol line with the...

SHOT Show 2018: Auto Mag .44 AMP Pistol

The last of the original Auto Mag semi-automatic pistols, chambered in .44 AMP, was built...

Tested: Ruger Redhawk 8-Shot .357 Mag. Revolver

Enjoy increased ammunition capacity, less recoil and more affordable ammunition with the latest compact version...

Taming the New Bond Arms Texan with Mag-Na-Port

This year marks the arrival of the long awaited 6” barrel and the option of...

Colt’s Snake Guns

Have you checked the price of Colt “snake” revolvers lately? Is that shiny new Python...

Subsonic Shotshells

Odds are that there gas been at least one occasion when you wished your shotgun...

America's Top 5 Handgun Cartridges

Handgun aficionados are as loyal to their favorite cartridges as their riflemen counterparts.

A Look Back at the Ruger Vaquero

Intended at first for the cowboy action shooter market, this modern rendition of the iconic...

Tested: Herter’s Select Grade Brass Case Ammunition

Want to know more about Herter's Select Grade Brass Case ammunition? Read on.

Justification for Existence: The .41 Rem. Mag.

Is the .41 Rem. Mag. a has-been cartridge? What's your take?

Lipsey's Exclusive Ruger Bisley Super Blackhawk .44 Mag.

This short-barreled single-action packs a punch for personal protection in the great outdoors.

Hornady Critical Defense .44 Spl. Ammunition

Hornady Critical Defense .44 Spl. ammunition combines "premium" performance with modest recoil.

Top 10 Hunting Rifles

The editors of American Rifleman have taken on the daunting task of defining the top...

Smith & Wesson Model 29

First introduced as the Smith & Wesson .44 Magnum in 1955, the Model 29 was...

The Super Mags

In the very earliest days of International Handgun Metallic Silhouette Association, one of its founding...

Model 29s Again

When I reminisced about Smith & Wesson's grand magnum—the Model 29—a heck of a lot...

S&W’s Big .44

Developed in 1954 and '55 and announced in January of 1956, Smith & Wesson's .44...

Smith and Wesson Model 29

In the years immediately following World War II, experimenters had been developing ever more powerful...
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